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Thursday, December 17, 2015, marks two years since Lilly’s death. I remain devastated. It isn’t the all day, every day, kind of grief, but when it bubbles up, it feels just as fresh and raw and searing as ever. On this anniversary, I thought I would share some insights into what it’s really like to be this FAR into the grieving process. Don’t worry. Some of them are kind of funny. This post isn’t entirely sad. And, there are even photos of the puppies — Clover and Tori.
Thanks for your patience with the split release of the e-book and printed book versions of Heart Dog: Surviving the Loss of Your Canine Soul Mate. The print book is now on sale through Amazon. Here is a bit of other GREAT news … say Amazon Best Seller?
I’m still trying to solve some printing issues with the print version of Heart Dog: Surviving the Loss of Your Canine Soul Mate, but the e-book version (Amazon / Kindle) and several other e-book versions through Smashwords are now on sale for $3.99. I hope to have the printed book version available very soon. Sorry for the delay.
Too tired and hungry to tell the whole story behind this book cover choice, but here is the cover of my 1st book, which is coming soon. Let’s just say it was NOT an easy decision to pick a design from 2 options, but I’m in love with this design and the photo inspiration that I came up with while snuggling with Clover and sobbing one night … (Long story).
There is so much I’d like to write and ask, but it has been a silly-silly week of work and other excitement, so just 2 quick updates about a Lilly’s Fund Grant and my soon-to-be-published book on surviving the loss of your canine soul mate.